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Chinese Birthday Party

Chinese Birthday Party

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Like the Chinese take out boxes

Ninja Skills! A Bold Lego Ninjago Birthday Party
  • Kaiya Collins
    Kaiya Collins

    Ninjas are Japanese not Chinese

Chinese take out favor boxes filled with candy, lip gloss, cheap makeup, & nail polish

Chinese Style Fortune Noodle. Noodles are served at birthday parties or New Year parties for longevity and good luck. Ingredients: wheat flour, water, salt. See pack for complete info. Net Wt 5LB (80oz). Go to for Recipes or Tips on how to make Cold Noodles, Noodle with Sea Food and Bean Sauce, Sea Food Noodle Soup and much more. $14.99

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Hands-On Chinese and Japanese Cooking Classes for kids, also Birthday Parties (Ages 5 and up)

The cake has ninja stars sticking out of the sides. More cookies on the black stands. The second tier held cupcakes with origami DIY ninja star toppers. The bottom level had Chinese tasting spoons with red sprinkles and a ninja star cake pop. Red Chinese takeout containers were filled with rice-cracker mix. cookies that had an adorable red/white dot/line pattern. Trays lined with patterned papers. Green jelly beans (edamame) in clear fun shot glasses with some green sushi grass.

Ninja Skills! A Bold Lego Ninjago Birthday Party

dragon cake! (Hint hint bff who follows me on Pinterest - I don't know about all the decor on this cake but a Chinese dragon and lion (leo) on a cake would make for an awesome birthday cake this year!

Amandita Designs: Martha's Asian Themed Housewarming Party


Photo 4 of 40: Lego Ninjago, Ninja / Birthday "Ninjago Legos/ Ninja Chinese Party" | Catch My Party

Lego Ninjago, Ninja Birthday Party Ideas | Photo 4 of 40

Mandarin Oranges for good luck. It would also add a pop of color!

This is super cute! Its a Chinese food take-out box with a ribbon and a few cut-outs put together for a childs birthday party favor. This particular "party favor" was for Gee's 3rd birthday party. SUPER CUTE!

Chinese Easy -- PF Chang?? Chinese neighbor offered to help throw a Chinese-food themed Birthday party. She went through a great deal of work making some very special dishes. My contribution, since I am not a cook,  I enlisted in the help of P.F.Chang with their frozen home menus. The Shrimp Lo Mein was a great hit! I made 4 cartons of it, and served it family style!

Jace's "Chinese-themed" 5th Birthday Party!

pastel take home chinese boxes with tissue for take home treats

Design Dazzle: Chinese Themed Birthday Party

Design Dazzle: Chinese Themed Birthday Party

Chinese to-go boxes for cookies or cupcakes at parties. Pre-packed or let guests pack their own

Butterfly Garden 1st Birthday Party | Pizzazzerie

Our Clear Candy Favor Boxes & Chinese Take Out Boxes were used as "sushi" and candy holders for Mauren Anders' son's Ninja birthday party.

How to make flying paper lanterns. Chinese flying lanterns are also known as Chinese sky lanterns. They are lightweight, paper lanterns constructed of tissue paper on a bamboo frame that are open at the bottom. When a fuel source, such as a cotton ball soaked in rubbing alcohol, is placed at the open bottom of the lantern and set alight, the heat fills the lantern much like a hot-air balloon and the lantern takes flight. Things You'll Need: 4 sheets of white tissue paper 4 sheets of blue tissue paper Paper flame retardant spray Brown craft paper Pencil Scissors White glue 50-inch bamboo strip Florist wire Instructions Step 1 Fireproof the blue tissue paper since it will be used for the bottom of the lantern that will be near open flame. Hang the tissue paper on a clothesline with clothespins. Spray with the flame retardant until saturated. Do not spray the corners where the clothespins are; that area will not be used in the lantern and if they get wet the paper will tear. Allow to dry. Step 2 Make a pattern for the lantern. Draw a pattern on brown craft paper. The pattern should be 40 inches long and 12 inches wide at the base. It will flare to 22 inches at its widest point, which is about 2/3 of the way up the panel. After the flare it will gradually taper to a point. It will resemble a blade of a tropical ceiling fan. Cut out the paper pattern. Step 3 Glue each sheet of blue tissue paper to a sheet of white tissue paper along the edges. Let dry. Step 4 Cut a lantern panel from each of the glued tissue paper panels. Use the pattern you made from craft paper. Remember to place the flat bottom of the pattern on the blue portion of the glued tissue paper panels. Step 5 Glue the panels together at the sides, making sure the top is sealed where the pointed ends come together and the bottom is left open. This will form a large bag. Let dry. Step 6 Make the bamboo hoop for the bottom opening. You can find bamboo strips in the craft supply store. Bend the bamboo strip in a circle to fit the bottom opening of the tissue paper bag. Step 7 Cut two lengths of wire slightly longer than the diameter of the bottom of the tissue paper bag. Twist these tightly around four equidistant points on the bamboo hoop, forming an X. Step 8 Glue the bamboo hoop around the bottom of the tissue paper bag and let it dry. Now the lantern is ready to fly. To fly, pull a cotton ball apart slightly to lengthen it, soak it in rubbing alcohol, and drape it over the wire in the center of the lantern. When you light it, the heat will cause the lantern to float upwards.

overall table aesthetic: food display, labeling, tiering

White Color 50x Sky Flying Fire Chinese Paper Lantern Wish Balloon For Christmas Festival Birthday Party Wedding

Cupcakes with paper parasols for asian themed b-day party

Chinese Theme Birthday Party - Asian Extravaganza - Bohaute

30 Paper Lotus Flower Floating Chinese Lanterns Birthday Wedding Christmas Party | eBay

Making a Chinese Box Wedding Favor. Could Also Be Used As a Party Favor / Birthday Favor / As a Package for Small Gifts.

Making a Chinese Box Wedding Favor - MonkeySee

Photo 37 of 40: Lego Ninjago, Ninja / Birthday "Ninjago Legos/ Ninja Chinese Party" | Catch My Party

Photo 37 of 40: Lego Ninjago, Ninja / Birthday "Ninjago Legos/ Ninja Chinese Party" | Catch My Party